Summary: The best in its kind. It helps you to improve your memory, reflects, logics, etc. It is very easy to play, and the level of difficulty is endless. Is perfect for boys and adults. It doesn't have any violence. It is and example that you can play by learning something.
Summary: When I ordered this I was under the impression that it would work in my WII, but no, it was for the hand held version. Luckily I have a grandson that had the right equipment to run it, and he does like it, but I have no idea about it as he is in VT. and I in FL. so I can't play it. Just make sure you know what your ordering as I don't think they were specific enough on the description, at least for me.
Summary: If you love Brain Age, then get this one. The number of puzzles is awesome, the variaty is great and for the price it costs one cannot leave this one in the store. The game is not graphical at all, but the puzzles are very good. It comes with various test modes, challenges and assignments. Tests include memory, (fast) reaction, judgement, logic and more. There are many many pro's to this game, the only con is the aweful music in the main menu.
Summary: I purchased a PSP for myself because I travel and wanted boredom relief. Well after many months of watching movies and playing games on the PSP I decided to buy MInd Quiz. The PSP was all mine. My wife wanted nothing to do with it, after all it's a video game player. One day she decided to try Mind Quiz. I am considering buying her a separate PSP. We power struggle over it like a couple of children.
Summary: I love the minigames or tests you take in this one. My only quibble is they age you 10 years just for missing one question on the brain age test. This is based on the theories from the same neurologist who influenced the DS's Brain Age. I think it is just as fun.
Lisa Shea "be the change you wish to see in t..., Amazon
16 April 2007
Summary: Mind Quiz for the PSP is yet another entrant in the test-your-brain game category. It's really hard for a PSP game to compare with the DS platform in this arena, but Mind Quiz gives it its best shot. In DS games you have a touch screen, so the games can be very open ended. If you get a series of addition questions, you can write down the answers. That means the answers can be any number. With the PSP, you are limited to pressing buttons for the answers.